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UbiquitousRat wrote:Regarding Itomas - Basically, I forgot about Luck Points until after Itomas collapsed. When Sven went crazy to save his friend, I remembered... but, even in a solo game, I have a "no retcons" rule. But I did learn that Luck Points needed to be spent.
Forgive me, I am still learning the game.
Huge thanks for all the positive encouragement, and also for the share on here. Somewhat glad you find it useful / interesting.
Bilharzia wrote:I had a question Rodney stemming from this excellent series by Ubiquitous - why are the kobolds nerfing themselves with bows when they could be using slings? Surely it makes more sense for puny creatures to use weapons that as far as possible, don't give them negative damage modifiers? since they are weak and small...
threedeesix wrote: I personally like the fact that they don't have slings as I can throw larger numbers of them against the players then I really could otherwise. Which is important when attempting to imitate AD&D.
Bilharzia wrote:threedeesix wrote: I personally like the fact that they don't have slings as I can throw larger numbers of them against the players then I really could otherwise. Which is important when attempting to imitate AD&D.
I caved and bought the PDF, I saw you actually address this on p.190.
Bilharzia wrote:It's a mammoth tome, bravo Rod.
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